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    Product Hunt

    Discover and geek out about cool new products

    Vinh Pham
    Vinh Pham🀀 · Written
    It's nice having PH summed up in an email, which is especially useful if you don't have time to peruse the site during the day. I prefer the weekly digest to minimize the amount of email I get, but it's a still a great way to get the best of the best from PH.
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    Startup Unicorns T-Shirt

    A t-shirt with a sad unicorn on it that you can buy today!

    Vikas Jha
    Vikas JhaDigital Entrepreneur & Ex- VC Β· Written
    If you are building a SaaS product, you definitely need to follow this. The habits that will help you make a good product. He not only curates good articles from various sources, but also writes from his vast experience in products such as hello bar, kissmetrics, crazy egg, quicksprout etc.
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    a16z - Apple and Google Won the Mobile OS War, But a New War Has Already Begun

    How will value be discover & delivered on theπŸ“±of the future

    Ben is partner at a16z and he's a really smart guy. His depth of vision and clarity of though are impressive. I really suggest it if you are interested in the medium term strategic evolution of technology.
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    NextDraft

    The day's most fascinating news!

    For the best of general news, it doesn't get better than Dave Pell's free daily email update called NextDraft. He scours the internet for 10 interesting, relevant and well written pieces, and adds his witty, dry humour as he introduces them. There's an iOS app or a daily email, and it's free! Between Stratechery and NextDraft, you're well covered!
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    Stratechery

    New layout, same great words about big tech

    For interesting and insightful tech analysis, it's probably one of the best newsletters out there. Was recommended by one of the Atlassian founders at an event and it's well worth the monthly cost of $10 or so (for the daily email). There is also a weekly update that is free if you first want to get a feel for it. Ben also co-hosts the Exponent podcast - which is also pretty good!
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    The Journal, Issue #1 - by Kevin Rose

    Monthly newsletter w/ products reviews, podcasts, articles

    It's a great newsletter that only comes once a month. It covers about 5-6, wide ranging things Kevin Rose has been interested in during the month. It's fun and upbeat, and one of the few newsletters I actually read.
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    TinyLetter

    Simple email newsletters

    Christopher Hannah
    Christopher HannahSwift Developer / Writer Β· Written
    Christopher Hannah made this product
    Mine of course! 😜
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    Charged newsletter

    Weekly roundup of tech, boiled down into bite sized pieces

    Vince
    VinceProduct & Digital Marketing enthusiast Β· Written
    Every week Owen will talk about the major happenings (3-4) in the tech space. His writing is fairly accessible while not compromising on the details.
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    The Sizzle
    Eugene Turner
    Eugene TurnerTech, tea and adventures. Β· Written
    Great roundup with personality and a slightly Aussie slant. Easily the best email I receive each day.
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